French commune's new logo has a little British influence

Former graphic designer Sarah Lennox has lived in the village of Brion for 10 years

Expat asked to design logo for one of France's newest communes

A Briton has been chosen to design a new logo for three villages that were amalgamated into a single commune earlier this year. 

Sarah Lennox has bred horses in Brion, one of the villages that make up the new commune of Bois d’Anjou, in the Maine-et-Loire, for 10 years, but when she was in the UK she worked as a graphic designer. When she read ...

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